Culver City Dub Collective Live at The Moonshine Festival - Festival of the Arts Grounds on 2004-10-09
01 - [09:25.50]
02 - [06:57.53]
03 - [05:36.25]
04 - [04:39.02]
05 - [03:58.63]
06 - Adam introduces the band [01:17.66]
07 - [05:08.13]
Collection CulverCityDubCollectiveBand/Artist Culver City Dub CollectiveVenue The Moonshine Festival - Festival of the Arts GroundsLocation Laguna Beach, CASource AT831 > SP-SPSC-1 batt. box (w/ bass rolloff set @ 107 Hz) > Nomad Jukebox 3 (wav @ 44.1k)Lineage NJ3 > USB > Sound Forge 6.0 > WAV > mkw 0.97 > SHN (seek tables appended)Taped by LJsurfer2002@yahoo.comTransferred by
Culver City Dub Collective is a percussion / dub band from Culver City, Los Angeles, spearheaded by Adam Topol, the drummer in Jack Johnson's band.
The linear performance times of The Moonshine Festival was:
Saturday: Ray Barbee > Culver City Dub Collective > A Brokedown Melody (film) > Tommy Guerrero > Donovan F > Jack Johnson
Sunday: Tristan Prettyman > Matt Costa > Sprout (film) > The Mojave Three > James Mercer > Superwolf > G Love
This was the first official performance of the Culver City Dub Collective. They had performed one time before at SXSW in Austin, TX at an in-store. It is unknown if they have played live since this show.
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October 10, 2016
Fuckin awesome find , one hell of a little gem on here
One of the coolest little bands in one of the coolest little places , can't beat it perfect chill beach vibe wish I could've been there looks like a killer line up with Ray Barbee and Tommy G both playing same day , must of been sick.
April 12, 2008
Does anyone have a tracklisting for this show? I know track 3 is "The Count". What about the others?
August 22, 2006
Great home-grown local dub
The Culver City Dub Collective is a group of musicians that all are from Los Angeles / Culver City. This project was the brainchild of Adam Topol, http://www.adamtopol.com, who is the drummer / percussionist for another archive.org friendly band: Jack Johnson. This was the band's first 'real' live performance (in front of a sold-out crowd of about 1-2,000 people in an ampitheater). I was the taper, and it was cool to see the dub and the rhythum flow from all the people in this band. The mood was perfect for a warm end of summer night in southern california, surrounded by all the surfing art and film and music that the moonshine festival had there. A really unique recording, and great groove / mood music for your next hang out session with friends just chilling. I'd highly recommend getting the studio album as well, it's a little short, but it's got some great studio versions of the songs here. I don't think the band has played live since this show, so it's a rare thing to have gotten on tape. enjoy!